Jürgen Brümmer (born 8 December 1964 in Stuttgart; died 24 or 25 February 2014 in Ostfildern) was a German gymnast und physical therapist.
Brümmer won nine German championship titles. He competed at the 1987 and 1989 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. In 1987 he also was a competitor at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. One year later Brümmer also competed for West Germany at the Summer Olympics in Seoul.
As physical therapist Brümmer served the German junior gymnast team in 1992, and from 1992 to 1994 the handball team of TSV Scharnhausen. From 1996 to 1998 he worked for the soccer team Stuttgarter Kickers.
In the night of 25 February 2014 Brümmer committed suicide at the Koersch Viaduct. Around 3 a.m his car was found near the viaduct. Shortly afterwards his 15 year old son, who was in need of care since an accident two years before, was found dead in his home. Brümmer was survived by his wife and a second son.
Official name Körschtalviadukt Carries 2 lanes Locale
Total length 724 m Height 55 m
Opened 6 September 1995
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